Data Collection and Surveys
JDC aims to foster and produce quality socioeconomic data and analysis to improve development policy and humanitarian response.
Inclusion of refugees and internally displaced persons in the 2023 Cameroon Population and Housing census.
The National Statistics Office (INEI) in Peru will include a sample of Venezuelans in the National Household Survey.
Activities Enhancing UNHCR's analytical capacityAs more data becomes available in areas affected by forced displacement, UNHCR is scaling up its capacity to analyze and use socioeconomic data. For this, the JDC provides funds to hire new economists . In this...
The JDC supported the inclusion of samples of forcibly displaced populations in High Frequency Phone Surveys in Chad, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Jordan, Iraq, Burkina Faso and Bangladesh.
The collection of socioeconomic data on migrants, refugees, IDPs and host communities in Libya that will inform social protection programs and become an integrated monitoring system for these populations.
A representative survey of Rohingya, other refugees from Myanmar and refugees from other countries and host communities in Malaysia of their needs.
Three pilot surveys, in Cameroon, Pakistan and South Sudan of the Forced Displacement Survey, the first-of-its-kind survey programme will produce data on refugees that is multi-sectoral, comparable across countries, and fully aligned with international measurement standards.
The inclusion of a representative sample of refugees in the national Demographic and Health Survey in Uganda – one stratum for the northern population and another for those in the southwest, reflecting the current geographic distribution of refugees.
Expanding the government’s survey to cover refugees, producing data that is fully comparable with their hosts and that will enable policy makers to improve outcomes for both.
Support for the National Statistics Office (DANE) and Victims Unit (UARIV) in Colombia to improve statistics on internally displaced persons by implementing international standards, linking IDP data with other government sources, and carrying out additional analysis and policy work.
Support to census activities in Central Asia will improve the technical infrastructure of National Statistical Offices and train census enumerators on citizenship status and statelessness, and conduct public awareness campaigns of statelessness to encourage the participation of stateless people in censuses. This will be complemented with a survey on stateless persons in Tajikistan.
The World Bank and UNHCR will collaborate to produce comparative datasets on refugee and host communities in Nairobi.